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Can improvisation change our artistic and personal "vision"? Perhaps this happens when we playfully, and not always cautiously, dismantle and reconstruct elements of the world in which we live. This world is mostly made up of ourselves. That's why improvisation is not just a naive game, and certainly not a safe one. We have to be brave enough to "see" and play with our own beauty or dirt. It is quite possible that we will benefit from this exercise, which is a little more than a little "aesthetic" fun.

In this workshop we will use improvisation to build relationships between verbal, sung and corporeal languages and develop more complex dynamics, focusing on volume, rhythm, accents and intensity. We will sing a lot, maybe a little too much.


IVO DIMCHEV (1976) is a choreographer and performer living in London, known internationally for his provocative and often controversial works of performance art. His work is an extreme and colorful mixture of performance art, dance, theatre, music, drawings, and photography. Dimchev is an author of more than 30 performances. He has received numerous international awards for dance and theatre and has presented his work across Europe, South America, and North America.

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